Hosting Twitter chats (#AtomicChat) for our business, Atomic Reach, has been an incredible experience for both networking and marketing.
Every Monday at 9pm Atomic Reach hosts #AtomicChat where our special guests talk about their experiences in content marketing. They interact with our energetic and passionate community of freelancers, bloggers, content marketers, content creators and curators, business owners, and more! We get to learn from the best of the industry and be excited for Monday's again.
On Monday, July 13, we discussed how to use social media for lead generation. Our Twitter Chat special guest Eric Mitchell, is the host and founder of Social Hangout; VP of Social/Digital Media for the SFAMA (San Francisco Chapter of the American Marketing Association), a Hootsuite Ambassador, a dad of three, and a die hard SFGiants fan, that loves helping people.
Every Monday night at 9pm EST (8pm CST/ 6pm PST), content marketers, bloggers and social media enthusiasts from across the globe join the #AtomicChat Twitter community for weekly discussions on digital trends and content marketing best practices. This week on #AtomicChat, we hosted Daniel Hebert, co-founder of SteamFeed and inbound and community manager at InNetwork, to discuss his idea of perceived virality, where the appearance of content goes viral within a certain target group or segment. We dove into how it works, how it's achieved and how influence marketing is a key component of perceived virality.
Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, and LinkedIn are all unique. Before you dive into social media, invest some time in getting to know your audience and how they interact on each platform. Like any successful relationship, it takes two to carry out ongoing meaningful conversations. Don't just push out content to your followers but engage with theirs as well.
On Thursday night, Atomic Reach was extremely excited to be the guest host of #MediaChat. We loved connecting with the #MediaChat regulars and connecting with this awesome community! Thanks to Aaron (@kilby76) for letting us talk about leveraging content curation to achieve marketing goals and it was great to hear everyone’s insights on this topic.